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Dave murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco:

Happy new year everyone.

***slow clearing and colder for tuesday…Very cold tuesday night…Set to roll into a quiet split flow for seeral days…Cold is king***

Tuesday: (new years day)

Cloud and morning flurries..Then slow clearing…It is a cold day
Winds: northwest 10-15 m.P.H.
High: 26 degrees

Tuesday night:

Clearing skies and very cold
Winds: northwest 5-10 m.P.H.
Low: 12 degrees.


Partly sunny skies and cold
Winds: northwest to south 5-15 m.P.H.
High: 35 degrees

Pretty quiet the rest of the week and cold…A cold front rolls by late wednesday/wednesday night…Does not look like much with it.

The weather disco:

The little new years eve snow kicks away on tuesday…Some lingering light snow or flurries in the morning…But overall on the way out with clearing skies for the afternoon…Tuesday will be a very cold day…Little bounce back in temperature…In fact after 1 or 2–we could start to see a drop off. Very cold tuesday night…Well into the teens. A weak cold front passes by late wednesday and wednesday night…Not really excited about it at this point…Limited moisture to work with. Overall a split flow setting up…The core action…Well north and south and well east and west…At least we have had some winter weather…Its a start.

In the longer term…A little warmer the second week of january…Maybe into part of the third…Then the arctic unloads from the rockies to the east coast…Cold that could head all the way to the gulf and florida…Sometime to set the table with…Just some ideas at this point…A high level warming event set to unfold this week…And that typically translate into a heafty cold push south…12 to 20 days out.

Check out all the maps below: click on links…They will give you a great overview of the weather

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National radar:


Severe weather:


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Snow maps:


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